CSVTU B.E. V Semester Mechanical Engineering Dynamics of Machines Syllabus

CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, BHILAI (C G)

Semester: V Branch: Mechanical Engg.

Subject: Dynamics of Machines

UNIT-I

Governors:

Characteristics of centrifugal governors, gravity controlled governors such as Porter, and Proell. Spring controlled

centrifugal governors such as Hartung, and Hartnell governor, performance parameters: sensitivity, stability,

isochronism and hunting, governor effort and power

UNIT – II

Balancing:

Balancing of rotating masses, static and dynamic balancing, determination of balancing masses in two plane

balancing, balancing of internal combustion engines, balancing of in-line engines, firing order, balancing of V-twin

and radial engines, forward and reverse crank method, balancing of rotors.

UNIT-III

Gyroscope:

Gyroscopic forces and couple, gyroscopic stabilization of airplanes, ship motion and vehicles moving on curved

path.

UNIT-IV

Mechanical Vibrations

 

:

One dimensional longitudinal, transverse, and torsional vibrations, natural frequency, effect of damping on

 

vibrations, types of damping, different types of damping. Forced vibration, forces and displacement, transmissibility,

 

vibration isolation, vibration sensors: seismometer and accelerometers

 

Whirling of shafts with single rotor.

 

UNIT-V

Inertia force analysis

Effective force and inertia force of a link, Inertia forces in the reciprocating engine, Inertia forces in four bar chain.

Turning moment diagram and flywheel

Turning moment diagram for single and multi cylinder internal combustion engine, coefficient fluctuation of speed,

coefficient of fluctuation of energy, flywheel

TEXT BOOKS

1. Theory of Machine- S.S.Rattan – TMH.

2. Theory of Machine – Jagdish Lal – S.K. Kataria & Sons

3. Theory of Machines – J. E. Shigley – McGraw Hill

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. Theory of Mechanisms and Machines- A. Ghosh, A. K. Mallik – EWP Press

2. The Theory of Machines – Thomas Bevan, – CBS Publishers

3. Mechanisms and Machine Theory – J. S. Rao, R. V. Dukkipati – Wiley Eastern Limited

Semester: B.

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